Wedding Ceremony Music

Read here to learn more about All Topics related to the Music for Your Wedding Ceremony, whether taking place outdoors, at a hotel, in a church, or in a synagogue.

Wedding Ceremony Prelude Music is the music which is performed Before the beginning of the Ceremony.  It is usually 15-30 minutes of  “background music” to provide a calming mood.  During this time, guests are being seated while the bride & groom are getting ready or taking pictures.  The most appropriate mood for Prelude Music is […]

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Wedding Ceremony Service Music is the music which is performed during the actual Ceremony itself, one the Bride has processed up the aisle and the Ceremony program itself begins. While it is rare to have music played throughout the entire Ceremony, there are often special moments throughout a Wedding Ceremony that require a musical accompaniment.

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Wedding Ceremony Processional Music is the music which is performed at the Very Beginning of Ceremony when the wedding guests are seated and the Ceremony actually begins.  It occurs as the Wedding Party and the Bride slowly walk up the aisle to start the Ceremony. It is different from Wedding Ceremony Prelude Music which ends

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Wedding Recessional Music is the music which is performed at the Very End of a Wedding Ceremony, right after the Bride & Groom have the “Big Kiss”! The Recessional Continues as the Bride & Groom walk from the Altar exiting up the aisle (followed by the Bridal Party and the Parents and Grandparents). The Recessional

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